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S+P Exam 2 NWHSU

Spatulated TP of L5 to sacrum is called ________ _________. Bertollotis Syndrome
Anterior iliac fossa is _________ while posterior is _______. Anterior=convex Posterior=concave
Gluteus minimus attaches ______ the anterior/middle gluteal line and gluteus medius attaches ________ it. Below for min Above for Medius
Gluteus maximus attaches behind the ________ gluteal line posterior
What disease causes cortical thickening. (Often on superior ramus) Pagets Disease
Triradiate cartilage of the acetabulum forms a ____________. Synchondrosis
More Stress=more bone, less stress =less bone. This is called ____ ___. Wolffs Law
Increased stress on vertebral emphyseal growth plate will ______ rate of growth. This is called ____-______ _______. Decresed growth rate. Heuter-Volkman Rule Leads to asymmetrical growth and VB wedging.
Muscle whose origin is T11-12 SP's and insertion is T4-12 SP's. A.)Spinalis Capitus B.)Spinalis Cervicis C.)Spinalis Thoracic Spinalis Thoracics
Action of Rectus Capitis Anterior Flexion of head
Head extension Only! Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor
How many tubercles are locatd on the posterior surface of the sacrum? 3-4
What regions are intertransversarii present? A)Cervical Thoracic B)Thoracic Lumbar C)Cervical Lumbar D) A and C Cervical Lumbar and cervical thoracic
Which muscle is involved in torticollis? Sternocleidomastoid
Muscle whose origin is the anterior tubercles of C6 and inserts into the basilar portion of occiput? Longus Capitis
Muscle whose origin is TP's of C1 and inserts into the jugular process of occiput? Rectus Capitis Lateralis
Muscle whose origin is anterior surface lateral masses of C1 and root of C1 TPs and inserts into the basilar portion of occiput? Rectus Capitis Anterior
The superior articular process of the sacrum are: concave or convex? concave
Action of splenius cervicis extension of head, ipsilateral rotation of head
Action of head rotation only belong to which muslce? Oblique capitis inferior
Action of bilateral neck flexion and unilateral contralateral rotation belongs to which muscle? Sternocleidomastoid
Interspinalis muscles are primarily in which regions? cervical and thoracic
Action of longus capitus neck and head flexion
Where is the false pelvis located? above iliopectineal line
What is the rectus capitus posterior minor action head extension only
What place are the superior articular processes mostly in? coronal
Action of the longus coli muscle Head extension or Neck Extension neck extension
Muscle that is the largest of the scalene group Middle scalene
There are 3 muscles in the Erector spinae group. what are they? iliocostalis, Longissimus, spinalis,
Action of the longissimus muscle is? extension and ipsilateral lateral flexion
Action of Longissimus Capitus ipsilateral rotation of head/face
Muscle associated with Thoracic outlet syndrom (TOS)? Anterior and middle scalene
Where is the PLL denticulate A)upper lumbar and upper thoracic B)lower lumbar and upper thoracic C)upper lumbar and lower thoracic D)lower lumbar and lower thoracic C) Lower thoracic and upper lumbar
Where does the sacroiliac ligament attach? iliac tuberosity
Action of psoas minor is lumbar flexion
Strongest ligament? sacroiliac ligament
Which muscle group is the most superficial of the neck? Splenius group
Deepest anterior neck muscle? Longus coli
What vessel lies deep within the suboccipital triangle? vertebral artery
Which muscle contributes to lordosis? psoas major
Created by: T1NWHSU